No competent prosecutor will take a case to trial without some form of evidence. In the absence of evidence, a person cannot be convicted and should not be found guilty. This is because of the presumption of innocence that the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms provides. The presumption of innocence, section 11(d), states that … Continue reading Can You Be Convicted Without Evidence?
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